Earlier, the head of the RF IC, Alexander Bastrykin, accused the rapper Morgenstern of drug dealing on social networks. The statement of the Chairman of the Investigative Committee was made online during a joint conference of the Law Faculty of Moscow State University and Moscow State Law Academy “The Role of Law in Ensuring Human Well-Being”.
Morgenstern’s representatives denied Bastrykin’s accusations, noting that he could have been misinformed.
At the end of March this year, the League of Safe Internet applied to the Prosecutor General’s Office with a request to check the musician for possible drug propaganda among children.
Due to the complaint of the League of Safe Internet, an administrative case under Part 1.1 of Art. 6.13 of the Code of Administrative Offenses of the Russian Federation (propaganda of drugs using the Internet) was also introduced against journalist Yuri Dud.
“Big bloggers who have a multi-million dollar audience should be more responsible about the content they distribute. After all, a large proportion of their subscribers and viewers are children and adolescents. The dissemination of information that may entail a risk to the life and health of citizens is unacceptable, ”said the director of the League Yekaterina Mizulina in early April.
As a result, the examination revealed the facts of drug propaganda in two interviews with the journalist: with the blogger Ivangai and Morgenstern.
On June 3, the Zyuzinsky Court of Moscow found Morgenstern guilty of committing an administrative offense under Part 1 of Art. 6.13 of the Administrative Code of the Russian Federation (“Propaganda of drugs”). By a court decision, he was assigned an administrative fine of 100 thousand rubles. The reason for bringing the artist to administrative responsibility then was the statement about checking his clips “Rosé Wine – 2” and Family.
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